Fewer new teachers;In Brief

29th March 1996 at 00:00
The number of new teachers in education authority schools has fallen by 18 per cent in four years. A Scottish Office statistical bulletin based on the annual school census shows 2,563 entrants in 1993-94 compared with 3,109 in 1989-90. Two-thirds went straight into permanent appointments.

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